Sal Ciardulli provides an excellent summary of each club’s activity over the Trade Period, and offers his advice for those wading into the Caulfield Cup meeting.
Sal gives his thoughts on the trade period, and takes a look at the Guineas meeting.
Sal Ciardulli honours one of the most graceful and fair players following the early passing of legendary Demons wingman Robbie Flower. And there are the first big Spring races at Flemington and Randwick.
Sal runs his eyes over the Grand Final form, plus tips for tonight’s races at Moonee Valley and Sunday’s at Caulfield.
Our Foreteller of fates, Sal Ciardulli, tips a Silent Achiever on the weekend (Kangaroos omen?) and Happy Trails for the Hawkers on their way to another Grand Final.
From Fremantle to Flemington to the ‘G, Sal Ciardulli has the answers to all the weekend contests being played out on green turf.
Sal Ciardulli has all bases covered as usual, with a comprehensive preview of the first week of AFL finals. The big races at Money Valley get sorted out, and his Whitefriars are in the Ammos finals. Go Friars!
Sal Ciardulli casts his learned eye across the final round of AFL fixtures; the big races from Caulfield; and finals time in the ammos.
Sal chases a dollar at the footy and the races and prays for the good fortune of the Friars in their fight to stay in Div 1.
Sal Ciardulli with his R.Williams-flavoured preview of Round 21, the Friars and the budding racing season.
The top four looks increasingly settled so the logjam for positions 5-8 will be the main focus for Round 20… speaking of focus, what is going on with the Match Review Panellists implementing the system?
Sal Ciardulli on Ty Vickery, Round 19, and the Friars fight to keep clear of the drop zone.
Sal Ciardulli offers his thoughts on the second part of Round 18.
Sal Ciardulli honours the retiring champs and ponders his Blues recruiting and trading follies. Likely winners, odds and value tips for the first half of Round 18 are contemplated.
Sal Ciardulli is back from holidaying in ‘Nam and lets us in on this weekend’s AFL winners.
Sal Ciardulli is sipping cocktails on the verandah of the Hanoi Hilton, but he hasn’t forgotten to enlighten tipsters with his views on the likely winners and losers in Round 16.
Sal Ciardulli sends his AFL Round 15 preview from the Hanoi Hilton, where he is sheltering from freezing Melbourne winters, incompetent AFL umpires and the Carlton Blues. He may be gone a little while.
Sal Ciardulli previews AFL Round 14. He reckons that once Tim Cahill retires the Socceroos might be more in need of a key striker than his Carlton Blues.
Sal Ciardulli has words of advice for the umpires and for tipsters. Lets hope Wayne Campbell is listening.